Senbla presents Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, Opera International’s award-winning Ellen Kent Production with international soloists, highly-praised chorus and full orchestra.
Welcoming back the fabulous Korean soprano Elena Dee and the celebrated international soprano Alyona Kistenyova*.
Back by overwhelming public demand, this award-winning Opera returns in a new production with exquisite sets including a spectacular Japanese garden and fabulous costumes including antique wedding kimonos from Japan.
One of the world’s most popular operas, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly tells the heart-breaking story of the beautiful young Japanese girl who falls in love with an American naval lieutenant – with dramatic results.
Highlights include the melodic ‘Humming Chorus’, the moving aria ‘One Fine Day’ and the unforgettable love Duet’.
Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
*Cast Subject to Change.
Take a look HERE, for Ellen’s recent productions of Madama Butterfly.
Please note that certain seats may have restricted views of the surtitles. Please check when booking tickets. All information is correct at the time of release.
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“Ellen Kent, the redoubtable producer who has been packing audiences in for over 16 years...Her shows have sold about 3.5million tickets at more than 50 theatres, encompassed two dozen different works, covered millions of miles and involved hundreds of performers. Book Now for Ellen Kent’s Spring 2018 Tour: Madama Butterfly, La Traviata and Rigoletto “Ellen Kent, the redoubtable producer who has been packing audiences in for over 16 years...Her shows have sold about 3.5million tickets at more than 50 theatres, encompassed two dozen different works, covered millions of miles and involved hundreds of performers.” Manchester Evening News. 4 March 09